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Abstract: Nietzsche was an avid reader of Emerson’s essays, and their influence is discernible from his earliest philosophical writings through to his final philosophical works. Nietzsche’s copies of Emerson’s books are covered with traces of his reading, from underlinings, exclamation marks,...
Abstract: Nietzsche once remarked of Emerson’s Essays , “never have I felt so much at home in a book.” Indeed, throughout his intellectual life, Nietzsche returned to Emerson more than any other author. This text is a presentation, for the first time in English, of Nietzsche’s Emerson marginalia...
Abstract: Internalization is an important yet puzzling and undertheorized element in Nietzsche’s moral psychology. The aim of this article is to resolve some textual puzzles by way of shedding light on Nietzsche’s views on the general nature of internalization, and how it relates to other...
Abstract: In this article, the author offers a reconstruction and criticism of Brian Leiter’s interpretation of Nietzsche’s criticism of conventional morality in Nietzsche on Morality . Leiter’s interpretation is said to falter because it attributes to Nietzsche an implausible combination of...
Abstract: Nietzsche’s most insightful contribution to the naturalistic project in philosophical psychology is not methodological but substantive: he discovered an important truth about the dynamics of psychological states, which I here dub the tenacity of the intentional . According to the...
Abstract: This essay focuses on one of Nietzsche’s greatest challenges to our understanding of perception and cognition: his “falsification thesis.” I argue that despite several innovative and insightful attempts to understand Nietzsche’s claims about falsification, they have failed because they...
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